Presented by the Honourable Preston Manning, Political Activist and Commentator
The scout is someone experienced at evaluating and forecasting, and who has specific knowledge allowing them to identify talent, the next “big thing”, risks, and potential opportunities. Whether it be a scout working in the field of sports, technology, or the natural environment, by reporting back, the scout can help avoid disaster, and encourage the pursuit of greater opportunities. As a management consultant, a reform-oriented politician, and as a senior Canadian statesman, Mr. Manning will offer his perspective and advice on the dangers and opportunities that lie ahead on Saskatchewan and Canada’s social and economic frontiers.
Preston Manning tirelessly championed the cause of democratic and political reform throughout his impressive career as one of Canada’s great political visionaries. Serving as a Canadian MP from 1993 to 2001, Mr. Manning founded two political parties—the Reform Party of Canada, and the Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance, and served as Leader of the Opposition from 1997 - 2000. Mr. Manning is the Founder of the Manning Centre for Building Democracy—a national not-for-profit organization that supports research, training, and communications initiatives to achieve a more democratic society in Canada based on conservative principles.
Tickets and Registration:
Corporate/Group table - $450.00 + GST
Individual - $55.00 + GST
Student - $30.00 +GST
In purchasing a corporate/group table, you will receive four seats at a table of eight. The remaining four seats will be subsidized tickets for JSGS students.
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- 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
- Ballroom B, Queensbury Convention Centre, Evraz Place, Regina
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